HC Deb 05 June 1890 vol 345 c139

Considered in Committee.

(In the Committee.)

Clause 2.

MR. KELLY (Camberwell, N.)

I beg to move, Mr. Courtney, that you report Progress, and ask leave to sit again.

DR. TANNER (Cork Co., Mid)

I hope the hon. Gentleman will withdraw his opposition. This is a Bill on which both sides are agreed, and its object is to enable tenants to improve their property by planting trees.

MR. MACARTNEY (Antrim, S.)

I do not know whether the hon. Gentleman is prepared to accept the Amendments which have been put down to the Bill. If he will look at the Amendments he will see that they do not in the slightest degree interefere with the efficiency of the measure. The registration provided for in those Amendments is a simple matter, involving no expense to the county.


I think that if the hon. Gentleman will look at the facts of the case he will see——


Order, order! If the hon. Member is not prepared to accept the Amendments it is impossible for us to go further.

Committee report Progress; to sit again to-morrow.